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  CBS    KPIX 5 News at Noon    News; News/Business. Frank  
   Mallicoat and Michelle Griego. New.  

    November 1, 2013
    12:00 - 12:31pm PDT  

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,, we begin with breaking newsn the breaking news.. the caldecott tunnel just reopened... after a fiery crash... fil bore with smok good afternoon, i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. the caldecott tunnel just reopened after a fire ee crash filled the eastbound bore with smoke forcing dozens to run out to safety. anne makovec is live at the scene with the very latest.
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ann. >> reporter: all bores are re- open. this was a traffic mess a half hour ago. we are at the 13 interchange at highway 24. look at the people who got out of this tunnel as it was filling with smoke this morning after a car caught fire in the eastbound bore of the caldecott tunnel just before 10 a.m. smoke started taking over. so people just left their cars and walked out of the tunneling. the tunnel's ventilation system kicked in but it was a very scary situation for drivers inside. here's how one describes it. >> i just was two cars behind the fire. the chp says to stay in the car and close the windows. but cars exploded so i walked out. it was smoky in there. it was terrible. really. >> reporter: eight people were taken to the hospital with smoke inhalation. they will be okay.
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that was done out of an abundance of caution. all bores are open. the number one bore has one closed out because a burned-out car is still there. there are hanging power lines. they should return to normal soon. live in oakland, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> it doesn't look too bad behind you but it must have made a mess with traffic. >> yeah. it was a real nightmare. traffic backed up quickly. we have some shots from chopper 5 overhead. that's when traffic was backed up to the broadway exhibit along highway 24 and westbound it was backed up all the way through orinda. we have some breaking news out of los angeles at this hour. a man wearing camouflage armed with a semi-automatic weapon opened fire inside an l.a.x. terminal and killed a tsa officer. three or four other tsa employees were injured in the
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shooting. you can see some emergency personnel down below. rushing people to ambulances outside. they exchanged gunfire. ground stop is in effect for l.a.x. so that means flights from other cities headed to the airport in los angeles are not taking off. let's listen in. there's a press conference going on now. >> the folks here today coordinating are folks who when they hear those gunshots run towards them and save lives. to watch the command work together today is a inspiring. the people of los angeles are in good hands. i want to thank the public for patience and cooperation and ask for that to kin throughout the day. thank you. [ inaudible ] number of fatalities? i don't know yet. the fire department is rectifying all that
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information. >> can you explain why the fbi is the lead agency? >> this is an airport that has federal jurisdiction. we have assets here on board. it's a unified command involving everybody but the investigative lead has been decided to be taken by the fbi. >> is the shooter a federal employee? >> i don't know. >> was he ever? >> i don't know. >> does the fbi know? [ inaudible ] >> not that i'm aware of. >> there were earlier reports of multiple suspects as recently -- [ inaudible ] [ loud airplane-helicopter noise ] >> in a dynamic situation where things unfold so rapidly and many people come in, there is always chaos in any type of event like this. and there's always the -- everybody is always thinking forward as to whether or not there's additional suspects.
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there is only one know that we know right now as the active shooter in our terminal. i want to follow up a little on what the mayor said. >> a man just in camouflage went in with a rifle and took aim at a tsa right where they do the security checks. no confirmation on how many fatalities. we do hear one, unconfirmed, and three or four may have been injured. the shooter is in custody. that's the latest at l.a.x. we are live also at mineta san jos international airport. flights are diverted to san jose. the airport is providing passengers with buses and some other ground transportation. sjc has six airlines that fly to l.a.x.
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daily. one flight turned around in mid airport. the airport is warning travelers to expect delays if you are flying out. sfo is stepping up security as well in response to the shooting. at least one flight headed to l.a.x. out of oakland has been cancelled and one coming to oakland was canceled. that's a live picture of sfo right now. several others have been delayed. so if you are flying out today, be sure to check before you head to the airport. and we're following developing news in milpitas. a suspected drunk driver struck and killed a construction worker on i-680 in milpitas early this morning. cate caugiran spoke with the chp officer who says the driver could face more than a dui charge. >> all reasoning going out the window unfortunately. innocent people can die. >> reporter: a drunk driver is believed to have hit two construction workers killing one and turning his car into mangles metal on 680 in milpitas. >> there were two construction
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workers that were removing a roadwork sign on the right-hand shoulder which was standing at the rear of the vehicle when this silver nissan collided into them. >> reporter: the workers in the back of the truck were hit head on and died on the interstate. the other was on the side and suffered minor injuries. the crash shut down northbound labors for the entire morning commute backing up traffic for miles as investigators took pictures, collected evidence from friday morning's crash. the driver suffered major injuries including two broken legs. chp says he was arrested on felony dui charges and could face more depending on his criminal background. >> the district attorney's office will take into consideration prior dui convictions when it comes to sentencing or pressing charges. >> reporter: chp says the victims were from vacaville and worked for statewide traffic safety and signs. they were doing contract work for caltrans and were both wearing safety gear when hit. the driver and the surviving victim were taken to san jose
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regional medical center and are expected to be okay. in san jose, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> chp says the driver is identified as 20-year-old adrian valencia sanchez from gilroy. a crash on highway 101 here in san francisco sent a dump truck as you can see dangling over a guardrail. two other cars were involved in the collision near the 3rd street off-ramp. it happened around 8:00 today. it made a mess of the morning commute. the two right lanes are closed until crews can clear away all the debris. hayward police are trying to figure out who shot a women outside an apartment complex last night on sleepy hollow avenue near west tennyson road. the victim suffered life- threatening injuries and is in critical condition. nine people without a home today after a fire ripped through their san jose duplex around 5 a.m. on north 12th street. everybody got out okay. major cleaning is under way at stanford after dozens of
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students got sick. the university thinks it's a norovirus outbreak. all 52 students who got sick ate at florence moore dining hall. they complained of flu-like symptoms including vomiting and diarrhea. four were hospitalized for dehydration. workers have been sanitizing the entire place in the complex. happening today, bart workers are deciding whether to accept their new contracts. members of the two unions are voting on the contracts that were worked out last month ending the strike. the proposals include a 15% raise over the next four years. the seiu and the atu local unions plan to count the ballots as soon as the polls close and expect to give results after 11 p.m. petitions to ban any more bart strikes are being delivered at this hour to the head of the state senate transportation committee. orinda city council member steve glazer says he has 20,000 signatures on petitions that are longer than a 10-car bart
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station. it's being carried to senator mac desaulnier's office across the street. >> the number combinations you need to know to get good deals. >> plus cuts comes to americans at the dinner table. >> hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the kpix 5 weather center. today likely to be the warmest day of the week. things are only going downhill for the weekend. we'll talk about that coming up. ,, to those who've waited... worried... poked and prodded... taken risks... and lived in a state of "what if?"... welcome to a new state... of health.
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killing a t-s-a agent. just few minutes ago - we learned there are a total of back to live pictures out of l.a.x. after gunmen opened fire this morning killing a tsa agent. just a few minutes ago we learned there are a total of 7 patients now at the hospital. officials say the gunman pulled an assault rifle out of a bag terminal 3 about 9:20 this morning, started shooting, went past the screeners
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continuing to fire and an official said a gunman and officer got into a gunfight. the gunman was taken into custody. police believe there is no additional threat at the airport. police just trained for this type of scenario a couple of weeks ago. anne makovec has more on the impact of cuts on the food stamps program. >> more struggles, you got to wake day and face it. >> reporter: single mother lisa otis may run out of money. she lost her job and started getting $45 a month from the nation's food stamp program in california called calfresh and it's seeing a 5% cut. >> do i have to tell my 13-year- old, sorry, holdof on that peanut butter jelly sandwich? we have to make that loaf of bread last? you don't want to say that. >> reporter: a family of three will lose up to $29 a month for others the loss could range
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from $11 to $36 for a family of four. many of them will now be relying on local food banks. >> this couldn't half at a worse time. these are happening on november 1 right at the beginning of the holiday season where families struggle more. >> reporter: it could be more difficult. the house just passed a bill to cut $4 billion each year for the next 10 years. and the senate passed a similar bill. so either way, more cuts are coming as soon as next year. in the newsroom, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> these cuts will affect about 47 million people. it's friday. >> we are ready for the weekend. >> we were outside today in chinatown checking it out. just a beautiful day to enjoy the nice fall weather outside looking like a spectacular day today. but things changing as we head into the weekend. out the door we go to ocean
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beach. nice and clear all the way to the coastline. more of a northerly component to the winds. temperatures heating up now. 72 degrees in livermore. 66 in san francisco. and 68 degrees in san jose. as we head throughout the afternoon, plenty of sunshine, this will be the warmest day of the week. but over the weekend things change. we have a cold front moving into town. that will drop the temperatures and by the way don't forget, that's right a return to standard time. "fall back" saturday night. turn the clock back one hour. high pressure in control now looks like it's going to stay that way all day long but that's it. after that we have the system dropping in out of the gulf of alaska ushering in much cooler air, clouds and the winds probably kicking up by tomorrow afternoon. so expect temperatures to take a hit as we head into the weekend. around the state though 70s in the central valley today, 60s into the monterey bay and then around our bay today what a beautiful day, 76 in san jose, 74 in milpitas, about 75 degrees in palo alto and 66 in pacifica and half moon bay.
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moving into the mid- to upper 70s in many spots well inland then inside the bay, yeah, we have some gorgeous weather too, about 71 in san francisco. 74 in oakland. and 74 degrees in petaluma. next couple of days, including the weekend, yeah, big changes in the works. no rain but we'll cool down the temperatures outside. and those winds will be whipping around the bay area. there's a slight chance of showers as we look toward the end of the week. all right, mobile weather lab and roberta gonzales are at the winchester mystery maids in san jose, roberta. >> reporter: yes. you know, i returned to one of the scariest places i have ever been. in 1986 on a dare i spent a night at the winchester mystery house. it freaked me out! so i returned there today and i want to give you a little bit of a background of the winchester mystery house. it's a gem in our own backyard.
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it was constructed by sarah winchester in 1884. it has 160 rooms that go nowhere in some cases. and that brings us to outdoors today. we have come out to the winchester mystery maid. it consists of a maze taking you places going absolutely nowhere. right here there are 5,000 bales of hay over a half acre, i have been told. joining me to tell us more about this maze here, this is lindsey from the winchester mystery house. hi. >> hi. >> reporter: tell me about the maze and what's going on. >> we're so excited. this maze is a half acre and we took a lot of inspiration from the house large and mysterious. the seance room has one entrance and three exits and we twisted around with three entrances and one exit, store there's go nowhere, secret entrances, it's fun.
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>> reporter: i think i hear kids back there now. hey! are you back there? i was totally lost a while ago. people can come out. how much does it cost? >> it's only $5 for children adds 8 for adults from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and after that it's nighttime and it's $12. >> there's big goings on tonight for "dma de los muertos." learn more about this by visiting us online at kpix.com, click on "links and numbers." report, from the mystery maze, roberta gonzales, kpix 5. cracking the price code. the numbers all shoppers should know to spot for a good deal ora ripoff. >> and we want to know what drives you crazy during the commute. ask a question or share a gripe by e-mailing crazy@kpix.com or tweet at #wengerelizabeth and see if your questions gets answered on the kpix 5 news this morning. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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depot ends in 6. take note. >> i got it. it's lunchtime on this friday and tony and stephanie tantillo are cooking up a different with a little bit of crispy cauliflower. >> i see this beautiful local cauliflower at the market and i said, stephanie, let's make a dish, keep it healthy like you do and what are we going to do? >> we wanted to make it fun so we are making crunchy cauliflower. you're cooking it with caramelizing it with scallions and toasted breadcrumbs. we blanched quickly not as long as normal because it's going to keep cooking in here. add the heirloom tomatoes which are still available everywhere. add in some italian flat leaf parsley just the leaves that we chopped up. >> add a touch of this. it gives it a nice little broth. look how beautiful this looks, steph. look at the color. >> a small touch. >> we'll plate this right here. and we're going to put the
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cheese on top. >> this is such a filling dish. >> a little bit of cheese. you know what i'm going to do? it looks like pasta. i'm going to add a little more breadcrumbs. sicilians put a lot of breadcrumbs on everything. beautiful, stephanie. local and delicious. >> thank you, dad. >> let's eat. and a reminder, if you have a consumer problem or question, call our hotline, 888-5-helps- u. volunteers are there right now. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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a man wearing camoflauge emi- automatic an update now in the breaking news we have been following out of los angeles. this is a live look outside l.a.x. you can see a lot of passengers are out there. and that's because terminal 3 has been evacuated at this time. earlier this morning at about 9:20, a man wearing camouflage and armed with a semi-automatic weapon opened fire inside an l.a.x. terminal and killed a tsa officer. >> at least two or three other agents were injured. the gunman has been taken into custody after he had a brief shootout with officers inside the terminal. several flights out of all three bay area airports to l.a.x. have been canceled or at least delayed. travelers warned to check the status of their flights before you head over to the airport this afternoon. we'll have much more coming up at 5:00 and how it's impacting security at sfo right now. they have really bolstered up
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and so many flights eventually end at l.a.x. or originate there so it's going to have a ripple effect across the entire united states. >> it's already having a ripple effect here in the bay area. and again, on the right-hand side of your screen, you can see this is outside. we believe it's outside terminal 3, which has been evacuated. a lot of passengers heading down that road. probably trying to get out of the airport. we saw police officers in the parking lot checking out vehicles. >> that's the latest. have a great weekend. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com
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>> brooke: how's the weather? >> bill: a little wind. >> brooke: how little? >> bill: we'll be fine. it's a perfect day for a climb. >> brooke: you know, we don't have to go today. >> bill: what? >> brooke: the mountain will be there any other day. >> bill: you're not up for it? >> brooke: i am. it's you. katie's phone call. she's worried about the climb, and she has a point, bill. >> bill: worried? right. >> brooke: she doesn't want her son to end up without a father. >> bill: but she has no problem making me jump through hoops when i want to see him